Ladies and gentlemen, something special is brewing in Cleveland. With each dramatic win, the Indians are giving fans more of a reason to believe. And it’s evident that fans are starting to believe as they turned out in droves at the ballpark Friday night to dine on some dollar dogs, enjoy some fireworks and take in another exciting Tribe victory in walkoff fashion.
Second baseman Jason Kipnis in the bottom of the 10th stepped up to the plate with runners at the corners and two outs and the lefty Lucas Luetge standing between him and an Indians victory. With the speedsters Drew Stubbs and Michael Bourn on base and Kipnis with some decent wheels himself, an infield squeeze bunt probably could’ve gotten the job done. Did Kipnis do that? Nope, instead he deposited a breaking ball from Luetge into the right field seats for a walkoff three-run home run.
Is It Time To Believe?
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